Have you ever had to deal with difficult people in your life? Of course you have! We all have. Dealing with difficult people is a part of life that can be handled well or not so well. This week, on Part 2 of Dealing With Difficult People, I lay out a Biblical framework for dealing with Difficult People when they come into our lives.
We all have those people, don't we? Family, co-workers, friends... And we may love them (or not), so we have to find a way to handle the relationship in a way that is healthy for that person and for ourselves. How do we do that? How do we know when to walk away? How do we continue to love them? We don't have all the answers, but we have some thoughts - as always! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-3/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-3/support
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Have you ever had to deal with difficult people in your life? Of course you have! We all have. Dealing with difficult people is a part of life that can be handled well or not so well. This week on the show I begin a two week series that will help us to define what we mean by "difficult people", and then lay out a Biblical framework for dealing with them when they come into our lives.For more information on the Life After Addiction Podcast check out https://www.lifeaudio.com/life-after-addiction/
There is so much division right now. We see it on the news, on social media, and around our holiday dinner tables. Today, on the podcast, I will be talking about Step 1 in dealing with difficult people. I am no expert; I am in the trenches with you, but God has used Romans 12:1-2 to guide me to the initial stop on the journey toward relational bridge building: and that's self-reflection and self-awareness. YES. We can't control others, but we can control ourselves. So, instead of pointing the finger at others, God is inviting us to look in the mirror. ///// Do you want more Bible study content delivered to your inbox each week? Sign up for Carly's weekly emails at carlycommunicates.com/resources.
Join Ellen Woods from Sobriety Sisterhood and Simon Chapple founder of Be Sober as we share the joys of living an alcohol-free life. In this episode we are discussing how to deal with difficult people when you have quit alcohol. This episode was streamed live on YouTube. If you have a question you would like answered on a future episode or a topic you would like covered you can message us at email@example.com or through Instagram: Ellen: www.instagram.com/sobrietysisterhood Simon: www.instagram.com/besoberandquit If you love the podcast make sure you subscribe and leave a nice review. With love Simon & Ellen
There are times in all of our lives when we wish we would have said something differently or changed the way we reacted to something or someone. But, truth be told, very few of us have acquired the communication skills to express ourselves fully to the people we come into contact with, especially when it comes to a loved one. To shine a light on how to hone our communication skills and truly empathize with those around us, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two authors about strategies for competent communication skills and how to deal with difficult people. Jonathan Robinson describes the key tenets from his book, More Love, Less Conflict: A Communication Playbook for Couples and strategies for couples looking for more intimacy and love. Sarah (Sam) Elliston shares the story of her realization that she was a difficult person and her tips for dealing with difficult people.
It sometimes seems our days are filled with difficult people, and often women find that to be true more than most because all too often the male-female dynamic gives permission to some men to be difficult, if not oppressive, to women. People with personality disorders and character failings almost always add difficulty and disorder to our days. Using an example of the all-too-common dynamics of interaction with the head of a homeowners association board Dr. Kim Lannon gives us the basics of the problems we find with difficult people and offers some ways to respond that are more effective and also help us lead happier and healthier lives.
Raise your hand if you've ever had to deal with difficult people? Both of my hands are raised over here! This is something that is hard to manage especially when you don't like confrontation or having hard conversations. In this episode, I'm sharing my tips on how I deal with difficult people in all areas of my life. Are you ready? Let's get real! Follow Tessah: @tessahjoann @shejustgotrealpodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tessah-joann/support
Every now and then we will meet difficult people. For various reasons, they tend to give us a lot of stress. How we wish they would go away! But, sometimes, these types of people are living with us, or vice-versa, and that creates even more stress. How do we deal with difficult people, especially when we cannot get rid of them or we cannot get out of that situation? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bongbaylon/message
Dr. Mark Westmoquette is an astrophysicist who became a student of Zen Buddhism and yoga. Now an author and meditation and yoga instructor, Mark has written a new book called Zen and the Art of Dealing with Difficult People.In this podcast episode, we talk about this meaty topic of how to deal with difficult people who Mark calls 'troublesome Buddhas,' from our boss to our partner to world leaders and that person who takes your parking space.Exit 113: Zen and the Art of Dealing with Difficult People with Dr. Mark WestmoquetteSupport the show
Do you dread difficult client conversations? Does potential client conflict have you questioning entrepreneurship? Today we're discussing ways to deal with difficult people. Or is it just difficult situations we find ourselves in with great people? Former client-coordinator and ReWork Director of Development, Jessica Mackey, shares four life-saving hacks for dealing with less-than-ideal situations. Life-saving phrases and words that work every single time. Grab a pen and take some notes. Jessica is sharing words and phrases that we use at Allison Tyler Jones Photography every day which will help you with your own dicey convos. Once you put these hacks into practice, you'll no longer dread the phone calls, or freak out about a nasty text from a client. In this episode, you'll learn how to: Buy time to collect yourself and find a solution Validate a client's feelings and situation Respond in a way that puts the client at ease Implement the “What I can do” method Here's a glance at this episode: [2:02] - Sometimes it's great clients, but just difficult situations. [3:32] - The first hack is the buy time. You are in panic mode and will come across defensive. [5:10] - Jessica and Allison describe some ways you can buy time. [6:02] - The second hack is to not justify or defend. It's to validate what the client is saying. [7:10] - Allison and Jessica give an example with a role play. [8:39] - It helps to let the client know that it hasn't happened before and it's not what they should expect. [10:07] - When your products are priced appropriately, there's wiggle room to handle possible problems. [11:29] - When a client calls with a problem, you can respond in one of two ways. [13:54] - At ATJ Photography, they take the route of these situations as the end of the world. [15:53] - This strategy helps in other parts of your life as well. Avoid minimizing someone else's feelings. [19:31] - The fourth hack is that there's always something you can do. [20:38] - In these situations, you are giving clients a solution. [22:15] - There are times when clients may have unreasonable requests. [23:50] - There are tactful ways to validate an unreasonable request and tell the client that it's impossible at the same time. [25:12] - Coming out of the pandemic, most people are a little more fragile and what previously wouldn't have been upsetting might land differently. [26:34] - In these situations, we go into fight, flight, or freeze. Allison gives examples of what you might say in these scenarios if you don't buy time. [28:20] - Clients aren't calling with a problem to get something for free. They want the problem solved. [30:15] - You can't solve problems when you make assumptions. Links and Resources: Do The ReWorkWebsite | Instagram Allison Tyler JonesWebsite | Instagram | LinkedIn
Do you work with difficult people? It can be tough to deal with challenging clients, coworkers, or family members. But with the right tools, you can manage any situation. In this podcast, we share tales of dealing with difficult people. Coding Consultant Confessions was created by three female entrepreneurs working in the healthcare industry. In this podcast Stacie Buck, Toni Elhoms, and Victoria Moll come together to share unique perspectives, engaging dialogue, entertaining commentary, and funny stories for those working in the healthcare profession. Join these subject matter experts and dynamic thought leaders for a lighthearted take on the daily struggles of working in the healthcare industry. Contact the Coding Consultant Confessions Production Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Whole Assistant Podcast Show Notes Episode 7: Dealing with difficult personalities in the workplace Welcome to episode seven of the Whole Assistant podcast! In today's episode, we're going to discuss how to deal with difficult personalities in the workplace, and more specifically, how to deal with that one coworker who gets under your skin or annoys you. I sometimes refer to these irritating coworkers as a “pickle person.” Even though your pickle person seems to do everything they can to push your buttons, they also offer us an opportunity to grow. In this episode, I'm going to talk to you about how you can reframe your thinking about your pickle person, and how it can help you in the long term. In today's episode, we discuss: What is a pickle person and how you can identify them. How your pickle person can be your next opportunity for growth. How we can start to view people who challenge us as gifts. How you get to decide how to feel about our pickle person. Interested in 1:1 Coaching? Book a complimentary discovery call by visiting https://www.wholeassistant.com/coaching Join the waitlist for the Whole Assistant Membership: https://wholeassistant.mykajabi.com/wam-waitlist-for-vip-access?preview_theme_id=2150760809 Check out my time management course: https://www.wholeassistant.com/utma Stay Connected: Join the Whole Assistant Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WholeAssistant Visit My Website: www.wholeassistant.com Follow Me On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annie-croner/ Send Me an Email: email@example.com
We've all dealt with difficult people before and are likely to again. Maybe we've also been “difficult” ourselves? Mediator and former middle school math and STEM teacher Huck Wilken talks with Joyce about dealing with difficult people. A lot of conflict starts with miscommunication. Huck explains that managing our own emotional response is the first step in dealing with difficult people in conflict situations. Dealing with difficult people requires a steady presence, neither being defensive nor offensive. The next step is to listen authentically; everyone, including a difficult person, wants their truth to be heard. And we need to speak our truth so that we're heard as well. Joyce and Huck also talk about meditation a little bit, emphasizing that mediation places the emphasis on difficult situations, not difficult people. Resources: Learn more about the OEA Mediation Network 20 Expert Tactics for Dealing with Difficult People - Psychology Today
Part 2 of 2. How do I best deal with the garbage behavior of others? What does emotionally intelligent conflict look like? How important are restoration and forgiveness? Shoutouts and References: Outward Bound USA; Atlas of the Heart by Brené Brown; Mindset by Carol S. Dweck; Jasper Hunt Host: Mark SuroviecGuest: Iggy Perillo | Boss and Founder at WSL Leadershiphttps://www.wslleadership.com/For more info, visit www.workplaysolutions.com or email firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on Facebook: WorkPlaySol
Part 1 of 2. What can I do about challenging personalities at work? How do I best deal with the garbage behavior of others? What does emotionally intelligent conflict look like? Did someone just steal a car? Shoutouts and References: Outward Bound; Brené Brown; Amy Edmondson; Mindset by Carol S. DweckHost: Mark SuroviecGuest: Iggy Perillo | Boss and Founder at WSL Leadershiphttps://www.wslleadership.com/For more info, visit www.workplaysolutions.com or email email@example.comFollow us on Facebook: WorkPlaySol
This is an episode called a Planner Pep Talk or PPT. Planning fundraising events is not easy. These pep talks are designed to let you know you're not alone with some of the frustrating aspects of planning an event. Whenever you need a little encouragement, check out any of the PPT episodes. Dealing with difficult people is one of the most challenging aspects of planning events. Sometimes it's not even difficult people, necessarily, but times when people can be difficult. Unless you want to run the event by yourself, you're going to have to learn to find a way to work with difficult people at some point. In this episode I share my strategies for dealing with difficult people.
Welcome to the podcast “Wrestling with the Inner Man” with Author / Speaker David Savage. In this episode, David Savage interviews Jacey Jetton, State Representative for District 26 in Ft Bend County. Jacey was recognized as the Freshman of the year in his first term for the work he did in the sessions in 2021. He was also just recently named the most effective conservative in the Texas State House of Representatives by the Conservative Roundtable of Texas. Jacey comes to the WWM Show as a Christian to discuss something we all wrestle with: Dealing With Bullies, Tyrants, and Impossible People (a book by the same title with the subtitle How to Beat Them Without Joining Them) David has a passion for Men’s Ministry and Biblical Truth to help build Better Men for our society. The show title is derived from the first fight we each face every day, the fight with our flesh. Do we listen to our selfish sinful nature or to our spiritual and divine nature guided by the Holy Spirit? Contact David at firstname.lastname@example.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Rhoberta Shaler has spent her career helping the partners, exes, adult children and siblings of relentlessly difficult people. In this episode, she shares a lifetime's worth of wisdom on what she calls "hijackals" — people who hijack relationships for their own purposes and then relentlessly scavenge them for power, status and control. What distinguishes emotional abuse from normal communication differences? How do we label a problematic behavior pattern without playing armchair psychologist? How can we draw healthy boundaries that balance compassion for others with compassion for ourselves? And how can we find happiness within while also seeking it in relationships? The Relationship Help Doctor, Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, is the host of Save Your Sanity Podcast: Help for Toxic Relationships. She offers one-on-one consultations, e-courses, books, and the Emerging Empowered online community. You can find her at forrelationshiphelp.com.If you enjoyed this conversation, please rate & review it on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Share this episode with a friend, or on social media. You can also head over to my YouTube channel, subscribe, like, comment, & share there as well.To get $200 off your EightSleep Pod Pro Cover visit EightSleep.com & enter promo code SOMETHERAPIST. Be sure to check out my shop. In addition to wellness products, you can now find my favorite books!MUSIC: Special thanks to Joey Pecoraro for our theme song, “Half Awake,” used with gratitude and permission. www.joeypecoraro.comPRODUCTION: Thanks to Eric and Amber Beels at DifMix.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
One of the hardest things in life is forgiving those who hurt us. In Ask Away pt1, Pastor JC talks about dealing with forgiveness and difficult people God's way. _____________ GIVE ONLINE: https://mygochurch.com/give TAKE YOUR NEXT STEP: https://www.mygochurch.com/next-steps/
One of the hardest things in life is forgiving those who hurt us. In Ask Away pt1, Pastor JC talks about dealing with forgiveness and difficult people God's way. _____________ GIVE ONLINE: https://mygochurch.com/give TAKE YOUR NEXT STEP: https://www.mygochurch.com/next-steps/
We encourage you to get into the Word of God and the Word of God get into you in order to deal with difficulties of people or things. We need the Holy Spirit to lead and guide us when we are faced with the difficulties of life. Don't put the Holy Spirit down, acknowledge Him and ask for help in all things. Because we know that all things are working out for our good. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/support
Every person in ministry has asked, "How do I deal with this difficult person?" In this episode, our hosts share practical advice on this topic. This episode is brought to you by tithely. Learn more at tithely.thepreacherspod.com and save $149.
Because it was so good... we had to air this again! Ever wonder how you could handle idiots better? Here's a little life hack on how to actually do that! How you can deal with difficult people... better. Another great breakthrough moment in about 5 or 6 minutes ish with Vince Poscente. https://www.vinceposcente.com
Welcome to Don't Worry You're Enough podcast. We are Diane Roberts and Michaela Bennett and we are so glad you are here! Today's episode: Diane and Michaela talk about dealing with difficult people and how maybe we are the difficult ones instead? Connect with us! https://linktr.ee/dontworryyoureenough
When you have a difficult person in your life—and who doesn't? —you have four basic options—much the same as how you would deal with a pair of shoes that hurt your feet because a nail has worked its way through the sole. You can walk away from him, ignore him — perhaps getting calloused to his difficult personality, put some space between you and him (which allows you to live with the situation) or respond to the difficult person, which allows you to cope. Usually this is the most positive and most satisfactory course of action when a difficult person really begins to get to you.
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By reader request.... the gray rock method! I teach my 12 year old in real time how to gray rock. She pretends to be a 32 year old woman hosting her awful mother (me) for Christmas... I try and try to get her but she deftly avoids my drama via the gray rock method! If tween can learn this, you as an adult can learn it too! Link: https://www.drpsychmom.com/2021/12/12/how-to-gray-rock-your-difficult-family-members-or-co-parents/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drpsychmomshow/message
OVERVIEW In today's episode, Smitty and OB start with a couple exciting announcements. The first of which is a new Ronin Giveaway with some amazing merchandise on the line including Ronin Swag as well as Diesel Straps. Secondly, OB and Smitty gauge the interest in a Ronin Retreat led by last week's guest, Mike DeSanti. They then dive into overcoming laziness by identifying three things that are guaranteed to flatten obstacles in order to achieve more. Next OB discusses a collection of ways to deal with “difficult people” in your life. Lastly, Smitty rolls out his newest update to the Becoming Ronin handbook. TIMESTAMPS [0:00] Ronin Giveaway [1:54] Ronin Retreat [4:44] Intro [14:54] Overcoming Laziness [17:20] Preparation and Getting Ahead of Obstacles [20:50] Recognizing Patterns to Avoid Friction [26:44] Make a Snowball [33:35] How to Deal With Difficult People [35:00] Are they the difficult one, or am I? [41:44] Asking questions to reveal base concerns [52:14] The Ronin Journey [52:44] Update to the Ronin Handbook
In this episode, in our Mindful Monday segment, we get a few great Tips For Dealing With Difficult People.Go to https://7goodminutes.com/podcast/tips-for-dealing-with-difficult-people for full show notes.Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share it with a friend or two!
In this episode, Jerry Bradshaw and Dr. Jessalyn Klein discuss: Working with people with different personality types and different opinions. Successfully dealing with a know-it-all, a boundary pusher, and others. Setting expectations from the beginning. Giving necessary education and managing magical thinking. Using the DEAR MAN trick for dealing with people. Key Takeaways: As the trainer, be willing to throw the trainee a bone, but give them the big picture and show them how what they are saying fits in (or doesn't) with that bigger picture. If people just want interaction, if they are paying you, they will likely drop off at some point. If they keep coming back, they likely do want to learn something even if they can't admit it. Be realistic, be communicative, and be upfront. Don't lie to the client about how the training is going. If you understand what motivates someone to behave in a certain way, then you can understand how to deal with that behavior (much like dog training). Your job is to educate the client, not to shame them for what they don't know. "This all does come down to, ultimately, having a better educated general population with animals. Also, when you set up expectations effectively, and you and your clients are on the same page, that's going to result in meeting agreed upon goals, and they're going to be happy clients, they're going to be happy with their dogs, and happy with you as a trainer." — Dr. Jessalyn Klein Get Jerry's book Controlled Aggression on Amazon.com Contact Jessalyn: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessalynkleinphd/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessalyn.klein/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drkleink9training/ Contact Jerry: Website: controlledaggressionpodcast.com Email: JBradshaw@TarheelCanine.com Tarheel Canine Training: www.tarheelcanine.com Youtube: tarheelcanine Twitter: @tarheelcanine Instagram: @tarheelk9 Facebook: TarheelCanineTraining Protection Sports Website: psak9-as.org Patreon: patreon.com/controlledaggression Slideshare: Tarheel Canine Calendly: https://calendly.com/tarheelcanine Tarheel Canine Seminars: https://streetreadyk9.com/ Sponsors: ALM K9 Equipment: almk9equipment.com PSA & American Schutzhund: psak9-as.org Tarheel Canine: tarheelcanine.com Superior Canine Website: https://superiorcanine.ca/ Aaron's Superior Canine Email: email@example.com Superior Canine Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/superiorcanineinc Superior Canine Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/superiorcanineinc/ Train Hard, train smart, be safe. Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
เชื่อว่าเราทุกคนจะต้องเคยพบปะกับคนที่คุยด้วยแล้วหงุดหงิด คุยด้วยแล้วอยากจะเดินออกมาจากตรงนั้น คำนี้ดีครั้งนี้จะมาแนะนำวิธีดีลกับคนน่าหงุดหงิด ดีลกับอารมณ์หงุดหงิดตัวเองเวลาเจอคนแบบนี้ โดยเนื้อหาข้อมูลที่มานำเสนอในวันนี้จากหนังสือ ‘1000+ Little Habits of Happy, Successful Relationships' เขียนโดย Angel and Marc Chernoff Truths that will bring peace when you deal with difficult people 1. The greatest stress you go through when dealing with a difficult person is not fueled by the words or actions of this person; it is fueled by your mind giving their words and actions importance. 2. It's okay to be upset. It's never okay to be cruel. Rage, hate, resentment, and jealousy do not change the hearts of others—they only change yours. 3. Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace. Free yourself of the burden of being an eternal victim. 4. Gossip and drama end at a wise person's ears. Be wise. Seek to understand before you attempt to judge. Use your judgment not as a weapon for putting others down, but as a tool for making positive choices that help you build your own character. 5. Don't expect to see positive changes in your life if you constantly surround yourself with difficult people. The great danger of being around difficult people too often is that you start to become like them without even knowing it. So be mindful of the daily company you keep. (Just because you are kind and respectful to someone, does not mean you have to spend extra time with them.) 1000+ Little Habits of Happy, Successful Relationships Book by Angel and Marc Chernoff สรุปศัพท์ 1. Difficult people (n.) คนที่มีนิสัยแบบที่เรารับมือด้วยยาก 2. Forgive others you deserve peace. อภัยให้คนอื่น คุณสมควรได้รับความสงบ 3. An eternal victim เหยื่อตลอดกาล 4. Gossip and drama end at a wise person's ears. เรื่องซุบซิบนินทาและดราม่าทั้งหลายจะจบลงเมื่อถึงหูคนฉลาด 5. Be mindful of the daily company you keep. มีสติกับการเลือกคบหาเพื่อนในชีวิตประจำวัน 6. It's okay to be upset. It's never okay to be cruel. โกรธได้ อารมณ์เสียได้ แต่จะเป็นคนใจดำไม่ได้ 6470 คำศัพท์และสำนวน
Relationships and how we engage with the people around us can be some of the most challenging lessons and opportunities in life. Lately, we all have felt the strain on interacting with people, and managing the unnecessary stress that difficult conversations can bring. People can be challenging and push our buttons, this happens to all of us. In this week's episode, Barb and Michelle guide us through ways to identify who those difficult people are and how you can manage your relationships with them and also learn how to tap in if you might be the difficult person yourself. With love of course. Follow @MichelleMaros and @Peaceful_Barb and share your experiences with us @BarbKnowsBestPod.
How you deal with difficult people is a test of your character. If you'll choose to take the high road, God will fight your battles for you. Your best days are still ahead, and together we can make a difference in this world with the message of God's hope and love. To give visit JoelOsteen.com/GiveHope Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.